An Allied Waste garbage truck struck a traffic light pole in Watertown Square this morning at approximately 5:30am. 50 gallons of diseal fuel spilled out of the trucks gas tank onto the street. Main St was shut down heading west and moving slowly heading east making the morning commute difficult for many. Thanks to the efforts […]
MA and NH Officers traveled to Virginia to make a terminally ill childs Christmas wish come true. Nathan Norman, a 5 year old boy battling a rare form of brain cancer said he wanted Christmas cards from police officers & fire fighters for Christmas. Hearing this, MA & NH Officers organized 82 police vehicles in […]
The Watertown Police Department is pleased to announce the recent promotions of Sgt. James Oâ€™Connor to Police Lieutenant and Detective Kenneth Delaney to Police Sergeant.
Understanding Social Host Liability seminar will be held in the Watertown Police Department Community Room, March 27, 2012 6:30 – 8:00pm. Presenters include; Middlesex Assistant District Attorney Brook Land and Attorney At-Law Richard Campbell.
Enforcement of overnight parking has been suspended as of March 14, 2012. Enforcement will begin again in November.
Watertown Police Department Â Non Emergency Message Â With the Holidays fast approaching which bring families together, the Watertown Police Department recognizes the additional need for overnight parking to accommodate visiting family members. Chief Deveau wishes to announce that effective December 23rd at 4pm Officers will NOT be enforcing the All Night Parking Ban, barring any […]
The Watertown Police Department located at 552 Main Street will host a Haunted Police Station on Friday evening October 28th 2011 from 5:30PM â€“ 7:30PM.Â You are invited to bring your child 12 years old and under to tour the haunted police station and trick or treat while you visit.Â As part of this event, […]
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TOWN OF WATERTOWN ANNOUNCES TOWN-WIDE EMERGENCY PARKING BAN FEBRUARY 2, 2011 As a result of this winter’s higher than normal accumulation of snow, streets in Watertown have become narrower with unusually high snow banks. This has made it difficult for emergency vehicles to pass through when responding to calls for assistance. Therefore, the Town must […]
The Watertown Police and Department of Public Works along with Watertown Citizens for Environmental Safety are co-sponsoring a styrofoam recycling and food drive on January 2, 2011 to benefit St Vincent de Paul’s Food Pantry. This event will be held at the DPW 124 Orchard Street from noon – 4 PM.